Every once in a while a project lands in your lap and you’re so stoked that you want to tell everyone around you… But you can’t. It’s not out yet. So you wait. And wait…

NOW I can finally talk about a project that was a ton of fun and that really challenged me creatively. I had the honor of being able to work on the High Fall action scene for Triune Films / Film Riot. It was equal parts tough as hell and tons of fun. Lots of creative challenges mixed with experiencing first hand what it’s like to work with Director Ryan Connolly.

I haven’t been creatively challenged on wires and rigs like this since back in the day when I worked on Charmed, Ally McBeal, etc. This was some serious wire work and I enjoyed every friggen minute of it. Enough from me, check it all out below. (And if you like my tutorial hit that thumbs up, yo!)

If you haven’t seen High Fall yet, check it out here:

Check out Behind the Scenes of High Fall here:

Check out my High Fall Wire & Rig Removal Tutorial here:

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Written by Sean Mullen
Sean Mullen is a three-time Emmy Award winning visual effects artist with over sixty feature film and television credits. Sean has shot and created VFX elements for network shows, feature films, private hollywood libraries and has created content for many of the major stock companies His work has touched such acclaimed Hollywood and television productions as Charmed, Ally McBeal, NCIS, Felicity, Nip/Tuck, Idle Hands, Lake Placid and Any Given Sunday. Sean was inspired by his editor friends to create the first Rampant Design Tools - elements for his friends to mix and match and drop on their timelines that would instantly add a unique look / flavor to their videos. This inspiration essentially gave birth to many of the product lines you see at Rampant today. For more information, please visit www.rampantdesigntools.com.